Industry News

Japan to provide Viet Nam with clean coal tech

Japan’s coal enterprises are ready to transfer clean coal technology to Việt Nam’s firms to reduce emissions and enhance efficiency in the electricity sector, said Noboru Aoki, head of the environment division at New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation.

Lotte to build smart complex in Thủ Thiêm

The project is set to cost the investor VNĐ20.1 trillion (nearly US$884 million), excluding site clearance expenses. It aims to develop a multifunctional finance-trade-service and residential centre, in which finance, trade and service functions play a crucial role in the core area of Thủ Thiêm.

Sumitomo Mitsui encouraged to invest in VN infrastructure

Sumitomo Mitsui currently holds 15 per cent of the charter capital of the Việt Nam Export-Import Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Eximbank) and used to support Japanese and Vietnamese businesses with capital and financial services.

Việt Nam, Cambodia inaugurate cross-border bridge

The Long Bình – Chrey Thom Bridge connecting the southern province of An Giang in Việt Nam and Cambodia’s Kandal Province was inaugurated on Monday.

Ministry wants to resume mining, but local authorities demur

While the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) wants to resume exploitation of Thach Khe, the largest iron mine in South East Asia, after eight years of interruption, Ha Tinh provincial authorities are reluctant to do so.

Society Mineral exploitation control to be tightened

Government officials have announced that mineral exploitation will be more tightly controlled under a new regulation coming into effect on January 15.

Coal piles up as VN firms prefer imports

According to statistics from the General Customs Department, as of December 15 Việt Nam had imported a total 13 million tonnes of coal worth US$860 million during the year, more than four times the targeted 3 million tonnes.

Russian Investment In Vietnam

VOV.VN - Up to August this year, Russian businesses had invested in 111 projects with a registered capital of US$1.05 billion. With this result, Russia now ranks 23 out of 112 foreign countries and territories that have invested in Vietnam.
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